Broad Ford School Receives Character Education Award

Last Updated on Oct 7, 2013 at 7:18pm

Broad Ford Elementary School was named recipient of the 2013-14 Maryland Center for Character Education (MCCE) School of the Year award. The award recognizes a school for its Character Education and Second Step Programs and for its efforts and accomplishments in helping students develop into their full potential as citizens and adults.

Broad Ford School staff accepting the Character Education School of the Year Award.

Listed from left to right are:  Principal Dawna Ashby, Behavior Specialist Corrine Clark, Guidance Counselor Kelly Davis, and Assistant Principal Tony Lancianese.

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